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Viking Kayaks "Profish 400 Lite"

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Viking Kayaks Profish 400 Lite

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Viking Kayaks
Model:
Profish 400 Lite
MSRP ($):
1,179.00
Length (ft):
13

Kayak anglers looking for a lightweight, stable, comfortable, and maneuverable fishing kayak need look no further than the Viking Kayaks "Profish 400 Lite" fihsing kayak. It's easy to customize to maximize your comfort and meet your paddling needs. It comes standard with 2 bucket hatches, a center hatch, and a Railblaza StarPort at the stern. The removable center tackle pod has a built-in bait cutting board and is the perfect place to install fish finders. The center pod cover can also accept the Viking Clear Cover (sold separately) for different configurations and adding additional accessories. The lightweight design (just 53 lbs) makes the Profish 400 Lite easy to maneuver both on and off the water. Seat sold separately.

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3.8
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Versatile and Fast Fishing Machine

Check out my video for full on the water video review. Out of 7 boats i tried out at the ACK Fall Demo days SEP14, this was my favorite.

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Lightweight, Speed, Stability, Tackle pod
Cons:
Comfort
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